Broadway Series. Park Avenue. Looking south from 36th showing west side of street.
Park Avenue looking south from 36th Street.
Madison Avenue, south from 36th Street.
West side of Madison Avenue. Looking north from corner of 35th Street. No. 200 on the near corner. The row of houses covers one block to 36th Street. Many well-known New Yorkers lived here in the earl
[Unidentified brownstones. Possibly 36th Street and Madison Avenue.]
Broadway Series. Looking north from 38th Street showing east side of Park Ave. No. 67 on corner at right.
Broadway Series. View taken on street level showing the west side of Broadway looking south from 37th Street. No. 1369 on corner at extreme right. Marlborough Hotel at corner of 36th Street. Macy's De
[Madison Avenue at 36th Street.]
Park Avenue, N.Y., looking north from 39th Street, showing west side of street. Murray Hill Hotel and Hotel Belmont are seen at the extreme right.
Park Avenue, N.Y., looking north from 37th Street. Showing the west side of street.
West 12th Street. N.Y., taken from corner of Greenwich looking east. (north side of street.) (Nos. 229 to 211)
Broadway Series. Looking north showing the west side of Broadway from 20th Street. No. 903 is on corner at the left. Flatiron Building is seen in center of picture and a part of Madison Square.
Madison Avenue. Looking north from 36th Street. West side of street as the city was widening the avenue. This block is opposite the J.P. Morgan home. Many prominent New Yorkers lived here in the early
Broadway Series. The view shows the street on the east side looking north from Worth Street. The H.D. Dunham Dry Goods Co., (No. 336) is on the corner of the right. Just beyond this is the N.Y. Life I
Broadway Series. Showing entrance to Produce Exchange (Nos. 1-8) looking north. No. 10 Broadway is seen at left. Corner of Beaver Street.
Broadway Series. Looking north from 37th Street, showing east side of street. Picture taken March 1939 to contrast with negative No. 91 taken May 1920.
Broadway Series. View looking north from 40th Street showing the west side of Broadway and the changes that took place in only 19 years. See picture No. 92.